The Arlington Police, Fire & Sheriff 9/11 Memorial Race was born from an idea to start a road race after two Arlington County Police Officers had returned from a similar road race in Buffalo, New York. The first Arlington 9/11 Race was held on September 7, 2002, with 2600 runners, and raised approximately $40,000.
Since its inception, the Arlington Police, Fire & Sheriff 9/11 Memorial Race has had over 40,000 runners cross its finish line and has raised over $800,000 for 9/11-related charities.
The event beneficiary is the Pentagon Memorial Fund (PMF). The PMF pledges to never forget those who have served our country.
In-person Participants receive a bib, commemorative shirt, and a finisher's medal.
Virtual participants receive a downloadable bib (from their Registrant Portal) and a commemorative shirt.
**Kids 12 and under will receive a $10 discount at checkout**